“You don’t have to do that any more.” That’s what the policeman told my friend, Kim White, when her son called 911 fearing his dad would kill his mom. She did “that” a little longer, putting up with an angry, violent husband. But something had changed. The officer had given her hope. She invested
Dreams feel safer when they’re kept in the dark? It’s time to meet the Dream Breathers. Check out this week’s free online Book to Business seminar. I’ll be speaking with bestselling author Coni Meyers and the Princess of the sexy business, Kim White. I hit voice-record whenever Kim starts talking, because I learn something on
What does it take to get your passion onto the page? What should you know about publishing? How much should you do by yourself? What does a professional author NEVER do alone? Join Kristi Bridges and Kim White for a must-watch session that will help you become a published, polished, professional (and well-paid) author! Click
When my brother Larry lived in Antarctica, he ordered a big-screen TV. It would have fit in his room. He could have watched his great collection of movies alone. Instead, he put the TV in the community room and bought a S’Mores machine to go with it. “Everything is more fun when it’s shared,” he
My birthday is December 29, right between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, when everyone is mostly partied out. I consider it a blessing that my family never did that “This is your birthday -slash- Christmas gift” nonsense other December babies endure. My dearest friends still make it a point to celebrate, sometime between December 1 and 31, and I always feel super-special.
Sunday night 6/19/2016 (that’s tomorrow) at 8pm CST until approximately 8:15 Author Jennifer Owens and I will be sharing an Aha! Moment on Facebook Live. Good things stay nice with a little care and protection. You are a one-issue model, so it’s perfectly acceptable and even recommended that you take care of YOU. We’ll be talking about happiness and responding to pressure.
For years, I devoted my energy to writing songs. I love music and hope to never stop, but I wanted more. I wanted to speak as well as sing, and two years ago I introduced myself to a woman who had spoken at a conference and said, “I’d like to be where you are in